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Friday, October 11, 2019

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W.Va turnpike raised their prices. I paid $12 for just my car to get through 3 toll booths. It is cheaper if you buy the I Pass. I liked MB State Park. South of there, going towards Charleston, are two plantations. You can tour the outside of the houses and grounds for free, but you will need the Jeep as the road in is a bit sandy.

All those years and you don't make reservations--you guys are our kind of campers! We never make reservations--I bet in our years of RVing we made reservations only a handful of times. We would rather camp in a Walmart parking lot than make a reservation yet we have friends that won't start the wheels rolling until a years worth or reservations are made. To each their own.

Camp Creek in WV is such a pretty little CG. Really enjoyed it. No problem, IMO, getting a larger rig down the road. An easy stop off I-77 through the mountains.

When one considers what it took to build the 4 lane highway through those mountains I gladly pay the tolls which are a LOT less expensive then almost anyplace else we've been and needed to use toll roads. The WV turnpike, which is now signed I-77, was built long before (1950's) the interstate system and has been upgraded over the years. Much better now.

Back when it was called "88 miles of miracle" by those who lived there.

Hello Howard and Linda. We just arrived at Tanglewood today as well. I have been reading your blog and following you ever since the very beginning of your fulltime adventures. We have now been fulltime RV’ers for about 2 1/2 years and would like to thank you for the inspiration! Hopefully our paths will cross this week! We’re in the Newmar Dutch Star in site 3 . Stop by if you have a chance!

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